a) The object of ἐπιστήμη: beings that always are (ἀίδιον). Ἐπιστήμη as ἕξις of ἀληθεύειν. The interpretation of Being on the basis of time (ἀίδιον, ἀεί, αἰών).22
b) The position of the ἀρχή in ἐπιστήμη (Nic. Eth. VI, 3; Post. An. I, 1). The teachability of ἐπιστήμη. Ἀπόδειξις and ἐπαγωγή. The presupposition of the ἀρχή. 24
c) Πρᾶξις and ποίησις as the first ways of carrying out ἀληθεύειν. Ἐπιστήμη as the autonomous "πρᾶξις" of ἀληθεύειν. 26
§ 7. The analysis of τέχνη (Nic. Eth. VI, 4) 28
a) The object of τέχνη: what is coming into being (ἐσόμενον)28
b) The position of the ἀρχή in τέχνη (Nic. Eth. VI, 4. Met. VII, 7). The double relation of τέχνη to its ἀρχή. Εἶδος und ἔργον. The παρά-character of the ἔργον. 28
c) The εἶδος as ἀρχή of the κίνησις of τέχνη as a whole (Met. VII, 7). Νόησις and ποίησις. Τέχνη as ground of the interpretation of Being through the εἶδος. 31
8. The analysis of φρόνησις (Nic. Eth. VI, 5) 33
a) The object of φρόνησις: Dasein itself. The determination of the τέλος of φρόνησις in delimitation against the τέλος of τέχνη. Its relation to ἀληθεύειν: prior identity in φρόνησις; difference (παρά) in τέχνη. 34
b) Φρόνησις as ἀ-ληθεύειν. Ἡδονή and λύπη. Σωφροσύνη. Φρόνησις as a struggle against Dasein's inherent tendency to cover itself over. Φρόνησις as non-autonomous ἀληθεύειν in the service of πρᾶξις. 36
c) The delimitation of φρόνησις versus τέχνη and ἐπιστήμη. Φρόνησις as ἀρετή. Φρόνησις as "unforgettable" conscience. Σοφία as ἀρετή τέχνης. 37
§ 9. The analysis of σοφία (Nic. Eth. VI, 6-7) 40
a) The dia-noetic relation of ἐπιστήμη, φρόνησις and σοφία to the ἀρχαί (Nic. Eth. VI, 6) 40
b) Νοῦς as ἀληθεύειν of the ἀρχαί. (Nic. Eth. VI, 7). Σοφία as νοῦς καὶ ἐπιστήμη 41
c) The further outline of the investigation. Φρόνησις and σοφία as the highest modes of ἀληθεύειν. The priority of σοφία. The origin of this priority in the natural understanding of Greek Dasein. The phenomenology of Dasein as the method of the investigation. Θεωρία: clarification of the term and history of the concept. 42

Chapter Two

The Genesis of σοφία within Natural Greek Dasein (αἴσθησις,
ἐμπειρία, τέχνη, ἐπιστήμη, σοφία) (Met. I, 1-2)

§ 10. Introductory characterization of the investigation. Its guiding line: the self-expression of Dasein itself. Its course: the five levels of εἰδέναι. Its goal: σοφία as μάλιστα ἀληθεύειν. 45
§ 11. The first three levels of εἰδέναι: αἴσθησις, ἐμπειρία, τέχνη (Met. Ι, 1) 48
a) ΑἼσθησις. The priority of ὁρᾶν. Ἀκούειν as a condition of learning. Μνήμη and φρόνησις. 48